• Cocobay Mixed Use Development
  • Cocobay Mixed Use Development
  • Cocobay Mixed Use Development
  • Cocobay Mixed Use Development
  • Cocobay Mixed Use Development
  • Cocobay Mixed Use Development
  • Cocobay Mixed Use Development
  • Cocobay Mixed Use Development
  • Cocobay Mixed Use Development
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Cocobay Mixed Use Development
Da Nang, Vietnam
Service: Concept Master Plan and Landscape Design
Client: Confidential
The Cocobay development is a 9.5 hectare property located on a site which overlooks a golf course. The development itself is envisioned to be a hotel complex enclave which offers the complete entertainment, lifestyle, shopping and F&B experience. As conceptual masterplanners and landscape designers for the project, DF39’s holistic approach offered solutions that not only aligned with the client’s wishlist but also responded to the site’s microclimate, site configuration, local culture and context. This 3500 keys multi-tower hotel complex development shall be run by one hotel operator/brand and will be composed of mid-rise 7-storey buildings atop podium blocks. These will house retail/commercial components as well as the hotel lobbies. All five (5) individual portecochere/drop-offs and welcome areas shall be accessible from the street level. Two grand arrival gateways is sited to serve as iconic markers upon entry to the property. The complex’s open space areas are envisaged to be connective arcades that will serve as link for guests to seamlessly transition between high energy commercial/f&b/retail zones and the more passive pocket plazas and palm courts. An amphitheater at one end of the site is provided to accommodate outdoor events. Water features are strategically situated along open plazas to draw guests out and encourage exploration of other areas and facilities which the development offers. This also doubles as markers for wayfinding within the expansive space and congregation zones for people to interact.